The Weekly Libertarian And Chess Review 54

Nozomi Hayase discusses political prisoners.

Justin Raimondo discusses Rand Paul’s recent speech on foreign policy.

Murray Polner discusses the military draft.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the Sunni-Shiite battle in the Middle East.

Eric Margolis discusses foreign policy. His

Jacob Sullum discusses attempts to ban marijuana edibles and flavored e-cigs.

Jesse Walker discusses an interview with the North Carolina Libertarian Party Senate Candidate, Sean Haugh.

Alex Henderson discusses 9 events that led to an emerging police state.

Brandon Loran Maxwell discusses his odd libertarian journey.

Charles C. W. Cooke discusses whether black people have equal gun rights.

Maya Schenwar discusses mandatory rehab as a component of the War on Drugs.

Rory Fanning and Nick Turse discuss thanking the troops.

Henry Farrell discusses the liberal defenders of the national security state.

Laurence M. Vance discusses individualism and foreign policy.

Sheldon Richman discusses the IRS and income tax.

Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair discus racism as government policy.

Julian Adorney discusses the many types of taxation on the poor.

Cesar Chelala discusses human rights and democracy.

Nick Coughlin discusses the left-right paradigm.

Doug Bandow discusses the neocon moment.

Ivan Eland discusses remote threats.

Chris Floyd discusses the moral blindness of leading liberals.

David Swanson discusses the use of depleted uranium.

Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero discusses the CIA, the Contras, and drugs.

John Chuckman discusses terror.

Anthony Gregory discusses libertarian class analysis.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the national security state’s partnership with unsavory folks.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses Israel Kirzner.

Magnus Carlsen beats Maxime Vachier-Lagrave.

Magnus Carlsen defeats Alexander Riazantsev.

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Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory